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Topic - Gene Karpinski
"Heather will be missed here at the White House, but our work on this important issue will go on," he added.
"Ms. Zichal has worked tirelessly to cut carbon pollution and promote a clean-energy future. She has played a critically important role in many historic accomplishments. … America is better off today because of her commitment to a cleaner, safer world," said Gene Karpinski, president of the League of Conservation Voters.